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Technology

Xiaomi to launch five-camera Mi CC9 Pro on November 5

PanARMENIAN.Net – The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro has been in the rumor mill for the past month and the device is allegedly coming with 30W fast-charging. Another rumor saying the phone will have a 108 MP camera appears to be true, according to a poster by Xiaomi, saying the phone will arrive on November 5, […]Read More

Pattaya

Pattaya City begins testing speed trap cameras

PATTAYA: – Pattaya has begun testing speed-trap cameras on city streets. Two cameras on North Road, on opposite sides near the intersection with Phettrakul Road, are now operational. The cameras automatically snap photos of the license plates of vehicles that run the red light or speed through the intersection. Full story: thepattayanews.com The Pattaya NewsRead More

Isan

Speed camera detectors introduced in Udon Thani

UDON THANI, 27th July 2017 (NNT) – The Udon Thani Provincial Land Transport Office and Udon Thani Police have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to reduce the number of road accidents in the province. Udon Thani Governor Chayawut Chanthorn presided over the MOU signing ceremony which took place at City Hall. The MOU promotes […]Read More

News

More cameras to be installed at Thailand borders

BANGKOK, 4 January 2016 (NNT) – Thailand’s border crossing facilities will be equipping more CCTV cameras to enhance the immigration process, as approved from the government. The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Gen Prawit Wongsuwan has chaired a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Finance Wisudhi Srisuphan and heads of the related agencies […]Read More

Pattaya

90% of Pattaya’s 1 billion THB worth of CCTV cameras

There is a debate raging between officials and police who claim 99% of the CCTV cameras are broken in Pattaya. Officials dispute this, claiming 86% are working. No one has a definitive answer. The installation cost 1 Billion Baht. The other question raised is where does the footage go? Sometimes no where. There is a […]Read More

Bangkok

BMA plans to install over 11,000 more CCTV cameras around

BANGKOK, 14 January 2015 (NNT) – Bangkok governor MR Sukhumbhand Paribatra revealed that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has planned to install 11,546 more CCTV cameras around the capital within late 2016 to enhance the efficiency of public safety measures. The plan was approved in today’s meeting of the Bangkok Metropolitan Council. Read more: NNTRead More

News

Prawit orders nationwide CCTV

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon has ordered the installation of additional surveillance cameras and improved lighting in Bangkok and other major tourist cities in the wake of the murder of two British tourists on a dark beach on Koh Tao. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More

Bangkok

Police to install more street lights and CCTVs throughout Bangkok

BANGKOK, 23 September 2014 (NNT) – The Royal Thai Police are planning to increase street lighting and install 50,000 more CCTV cameras across 283 ‘danger areas’ throughout Bangkok in a bid to beef up security and reduce the rate of crime. Acting Police chief Police General Watcharapol Prasarnrachakit met with representatives from 88 police stations, […]Read More